Rachel was born and raised in Scotland. A graduate of psychology, she now resides in South Korea. She has dabbled in teaching children, but after a few blessed years has succumbed to teaching English to adults in Seoul.
Rachel has been writing stories since as long as she can remember. An obsession with Point Horror books led to her first novel being written at the age of ten. Truth be told, it wasn't very good. The following years were spent reading thrillers, romantic comedies, fantasies, occasionally playing the guitar, and dabbling in songwriting, all the while continuing to write stories unworthy for print and developing her own style.
She is the author of The Aronia Series, a light, clean, adventurous YA fantasy-romance series that follows a girl through a journey into realising one must be careful what they wish for.
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Her surname is coined after an English town, not the loveable bear.
Her favourite food is the same as Sheldon Cooper: spaghetti with hot dogs (though a good old British sausage trumps a hot dog any day). Her favourite sauce is pesto.
For years, Rachel has cited The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton as her favourite book. These days, she considers The Princess Bride by William Goldman to be at the top of the list.
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